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Chanukah Celebrated at Turkish House in NYC in Historic First; Culture of Sephardic Jews Honored

Edited by: TJVNews.com A historic first took place on Wednesday evening as a very special celebration on the 4th night of Chanukah took place at...

Chanukah: Cans of Oil

Chanukah: Cans of Oil By: Reuven Chaim Klein The Talmud famously relates that when the Syrian-Greeks entered the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, they defiled all the...

Hundreds Gather at the Annual Menorah Lighting Held at the Staten Island Mall

Hundreds Gather at the Annual Menorah Lighting Held at the Staten Island Mall Edited by: TJVNews.com On December 18, 2022, the beginning of Chanukah and the...

Masbia: Chanukah Latkes Illustrates the Exorbitantly High Cost of Poor People’s Foods & Basic Household Food Staples

Masbia: Chanukah Latkes Illustrates the Exorbitantly High Cost of Poor People’s Foods & Basic Household Food Staples Edited by: TJVNews.com Large amounts of emergency food, including...

Utilizing the Light of Chanukah to Respond to Anti-Semitism

Utilizing the Light of Chanukah to Respond to Anti-Semitism Edited by: TJVNews.com The Rabbinical Alliance of America — Igud HaRabbonim, representing over 950 American rabbis —...

Hanukkah irony: The holiday’s real message is alien to most American Jews

Jonathan S. Tobin (JNS) According to the most recent authoritative study of American Jewry, conducted in 2020 by the Pew Research Institute, approximately 80% of...

1st night of Hanukkah: The laws and blessings for lighting the menorah

Israel National News On Sunday evening Jews around the world will light the first light of Hanukkah, here are some laws and the procedure...

WATCH: King Charles III dances with Holocaust survivors ahead of Chanukah

The new British monarch visited a Jewish community center in North London for Chanukah and took a tour of the facilities before taking a...

Don’t Let Inflation Deflate Your Chanukah

chabad.org- By Yael Trusch Art by Sefira Lightstone. As far as Jewish holidays go, Chanukah, when kept to tradition, is actually an inexpensive one. So beat price inflation...

15 Simchat Torah Facts Every Jew Should Know

15 Simchat Torah Facts Every Jew Should Know By Menachem Posner-Chabad 1. Simchat Torah Comes After Sukkot The sukkah at the East River Esplanade at East 84th Street (Photo: Howard Blas) Shemini Atzeret (“The Eighth...

Simchat Torah All Year Round

Simchat Torah All Year Round Why the High Holidays? Why Not the Day of the Birthright Dance?! www.chabad.org- Tzvi Freeman- When I was a child, we were...

Simchas Torah – Cherish the Children

Simchas Torah – Cherish the Children By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin Simchas Torah. A day of joyous celebration upon the completion of reading the weekly parshah, and...

How to Tap into The Meaning of Sukkot: 5 Inspiring Life Lessons

Slovie Jungreis-Wolff (aish.com) Plug into the joy and spiritual depth of this incredible Jewish holiday. The holiday of Sukkot brings us to a place of joy,...

14 Sukkah Facts Every Jew Should Know

Rabbi Menachem Posner- Chabad.org 1. It’s a Shelter We Dwell in on Sukkot The word sukkah best translates as “shelter” or “cover” and refers to the space where we...

Sukkot: The Final Destination

By: Larry Domnitch   The Duke of Manheim once asked Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Levin, ‘The Rav of Berlin’ the reason that children ask the ‘Four Questions’...

Watch Live Stream: From Jerusalem’s Kotel, Selichot prayers in preparation for Yom Kippur

Tens of thousands of Jews gather at Jerusalem’s Kotel (Western Wall) to say the Selichot prayers in preparation for Yom Kippur which begins Tuesday...

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